There are two sides to every love story. Now hear Will’s.
Colleen Hoover’s New York Times bestselling Slammed series has brought countless readers to their knees with a whirlwind of love, passion, and heartache. Layken and Will’s love has managed to withstand the toughest of circumstances and the young lovers, now married, are beginning to feel safe and secure in their union. As much as Layken relishes their new life together, she finds herself wanting to know everything there is to know about her husband, even though Will makes it clear he prefers to keep the painful memories of the past where they belong. Still, he can’t resist his wife’s pleas and so he begins to untangle his side of the story, revealing for the first time his most intimate feelings and thoughts, retelling both the good and bad moments, and sharing a few shocking confessions of his own from the time when they first met.
In This Girl, Will tells the story of their complicated relationship from his point of view. Their future rests on how well they deal with the past in this final installment of the beloved Slammed series.
©2013 Colleen Hoover (P)2013 Simon & Schuster
i love colleen hoovers books but the narrator now, i dont understand why Will sounded like a southener, doesnt sound like a voice that ypu would swoon over, i like the narrator in point of retreat even if he reads it fast
yes i would love to see it
Finally, a great narrator. Thank you for bringing Kirby into the mix. He made the last book. I also enjoyed the conclusion to the series.
I have listened to his books. He always does a great job. His performance in this book was consistent with his other books, very good.
The Slams very awesome! Well done!
So I didn't fall in love with the first two books. But this book was a huge disappointment. The story was just the male main character reminiscing about the events in the first two books but his version was not all that different. I did not like hearing the same story. I also hated the narrator's voice. I only got this book b/c I was curious about what happens to the characters & I was hoping it would get better...it didn't.
I really liked the narrator for this book. He has a lot of emotion and really captures the feel of the conversations without being over the top.
I would. I like the plot of her stories and there are some funny moments that are written well.
The way he was able to differentiate between characters (not just accents, but the mood and tone as well) and the emphasis on the emotion being conveyed--without being over the top. There are a couple scenes where Layken is really upset with Will and he just captures it perfectly.
Not really. There's nothing about this book that's new from the first two books. It's just in Will's perspective. I won't give it away, but there's one thing in particular that happens that the audience didn't know about from Layken's perspective, but otherwise, nothing new.
I would recommend the book if you're just not done listening to the series, otherwise, you could skip it and not miss anything. I had this on in the backround while doing other stuff and was still able to follow it because none of the plot was new. The only real difference is that we don't hear more from Gavin, Will and Layke's brothers, or Layken's best friend.
Yes LOVED all 3 books.
The same guy in Point of Retreat - Kamran R. Khan so the guys were the same but I would of picked a different guy for both didn't sound like "Will" would sound in the books
I really liked the first two books, even though I've never met a guy that mature and responsible at that age. But, I was disappointed that the characters kept talking about the past. I really wanted to know what their married life was going to be, what they decided to do with their lives at such a young age and how they raised the boys. The only exciting and unique part of the story was at the end, the epilogue.
If you want to know more about what Will was thinking and why he did what he did, this is your book. It explains it all. Happy reading/listening.
Had the re-telling of Slammed from Will's POV actually provided any new insight, had Will's character sounded like the 22 year old man he was supposed to be rather than the 16 year old girl that he came across as, and maybe if the romance wasn't so sickly sweet it was vomit-inducing, then maybe it would have been worth 3 stars.
Never again thanks to this rip off
All of them
What a complete waste of time and money. Hoover clearly ran out of ideas, which is not surprising since Will & Leykan's story reached the end of the line in POR. So what you get instead is Slammed regurgitated. Frankly, this author should be able to do better than this. Perhaps she was under contractual obligation to produce a trilogy and this was her only way out, but that does not let her off the hook. I wish I could get a refund.
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